Drop in New Cholera Cases Reported in Malawi
13 new cases of Cholera were registered in Ngolowindo area after people drank contaminated water from a borehole and a shallow well. The number of new cases have however decreased since the outbreak in November 2017, while 5 cases are being reported each day from the 4 remaining districts where the disease is still present.
Malawi News Agency, 18 March 2018
Two Months after the first cholera case was recorded, Salima registered 13 other cases over the weekend within 24 hours, posing a threat that the outbreak is getting out of control… Read more »
Nyasa Times, 18 March 2018
Statistics don't lie, they are hard facts. From an average of 13 new cases a day in February 2018 to around 5 cases a day now is factual evidence that the Government has done and… Read more »